Marian University head women's coach Chad Hardin is proud to announce his first commitment for the 2011-12 season.
Casara Terhune, graduate of Tri-West High School, became the first to commit for the second season for Marion University bowling.
Casara has bowled competitively for teen travelers for six years and has bowled a high game of 277. She won the girls individual competition in teen travelers with a 731 in 2010-11, and was on the teen travelers championship team on three occasions, 2005-06, 2008-09 2010-11.
She won the first annual Prince and Princess Tournament in 2008, while earning the title at the Deloris Webb Tournament in 2009, and won Doubles in the City Tournament in 2008. Casara also placed third in the 2011 Indiana/Kentucky All-Stars.
Casara plans to major in nursing at Marian University and will join a team that competed its inaugural season with a berth in the USBS Sectionals as well as a berth in the knockout phase of the first NAIA Invitational.
Casara is the daughter of Tony and Dina Terhune, formally of Brazil. She is the granddaughter of Earl and Bev Batchelor, and Joanie Bryan.